Rock Slide Causes Crash in Floyd County

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US-23 in Floyd County has reopened after a rock slide caused a two-vehicle crash.

According to dispatchers along with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department, the crash was reported around 7 p.m. on US-23 near the Route 1428 intersection in the Allen area. 

A rock slide occurred, resulting in rocks falling onto the road in that location.

Two vehicles struck the rocks that fell into the roadway.

No serious injuries were reported as a result of the crash, according to dispatchers.

US-23 was shut down in both directions for over an hour while crews, including highway workers, worked to remove the rock and vehicles.

US-23 has since reopened.

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